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Bookmarked https://manuelmoreale.com/on-the-current-decentralisation-movement. This right here. Your home on …

Bookmarked https://manuelmoreale.com/on-the-current-decentralisation-movement.

This right here.

Your home on the Internet? Get a website. Looking for interaction? Add comments (or Webmention).

“Quote toots?” Look at what I’m about to do instead:

The more I look at this “issue” the more I’m convinced the solution is already right there and it’s called the web.

(Finally) pushed the latest version of “Share on …

(Finally) pushed the latest version of “Share on Mastodon” to WP.org. Hoping nothing breaks. 😬 There’s a couple things I’ve been wanting to address; this should again give us a decent baseline. Added since the last release are delayed syndication, and improved Micropub compatibility.

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/mailchimp-for-wordpress-plugin-for-sale-in-the-ballpark-of-e1-6m. A bit of an amateur developer …

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/mailchimp-for-wordpress-plugin-for-sale-in-the-ballpark-of-e1-6m.

A bit of an amateur developer and “homo economicus” myself, I find this way more interesting than I probably should.

In a comment on a popular Hacker News post, [Van Kooten] dropped the hint that he is willing to sell the nearly ten-year-old plugin[.]

Bookmarked https://www.matuzo.at/blog/2022/100daysof-day20/. I’d never heard of scrollbar-gutter: stable …

Bookmarked https://www.matuzo.at/blog/2022/100daysof-day20/.

I’d never heard of scrollbar-gutter: stable (but regularly use overflow-y: scroll). The former probably looks better on most pages; if certain elements are to extend all the way to the edge of the window, an actual scrollbar may provide the more consistent look.

I now strip Markdown from (autogenerated) note “titles.” …

I now strip Markdown from (autogenerated) note “titles.” This should allow compatible Atom readers to more correctly recognize notes, and, as a result, hide note “titles.” (My RSS feeds don’t contain note titles to begin with; for RSS, I simply drop notes’ title elements altogether. Most readers are okay with that. If your reader insists on displaying a “title,” or a URL if it can’t find one, you might consider subscribing to the Atom feed instead and get a somewhat useful “title.”)

Bookmarked https://www.mcmillen.dev/blog/20221107-goodbye-twitter.html. I’m not actually sure that …

Bookmarked https://www.mcmillen.dev/blog/20221107-goodbye-twitter.html.

I’m not actually sure that I want a Twitter replacement. As I said up top, I’m gonna try posting fewer things, more thoughtfully. A new app that lets me rapidly tap out hot takes isn’t exactly a good way of supporting that.

Goodbye Twitter, Hello Blog! | Colin McMillen
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